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Major Festivals in Thailand

major-festivalPart of Thailand's tourist development strategy is to promote traditional festivals to an international audience. Which isn't to say they don't occassionally invent some new ones. Here's a list of the biggest festivals around Thailand.

 

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H.M. The King's Birthday Celebration

ACROSS THAILAND, DECEMBER 5

The_King_of_ThailandH.M. King Bhumibol Adulyadej, the world's longest reigning monarch, is well beloved and deeply respected by all Thais old and young. The occasion of his royal birthday provides his loyal subjects the opportunity to express their reverence for him. All over the country, buildings and homes are elaborately decorated and the area around the Grand Palace is spectacularly illuminate.

(4 votes, average 5.00 out of 5)

Ayutthaya World Heritage Fair

AYUTTHAYA,DECEMBER 12 TO 21

AyutthayaLocated only one hour away from Bangkok, the ancient captital of Siam has always been a major tourist destination for it's historical significance and beautiful ruins and art works.During the month of December, there's yet another reason to make the short journey from the capital to the ancient Kingdom of Ayutthaya. For one week Ayutthaya celebrates it's glorious past the status as a UNESCO World Heritage site, which it gained in 1991, by holding an annual fair.

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Poll

Where do you like to go in Thailand?

Chiang Mai - 19.1%
Sukhothai - 4%
Ayutthaya - 3%
Pattaya - 30.2%
Hua Hin - 13.1%
Koh Samui - 9.5%
Koh Phi Phi - 4.5%
Phuket - 16.6%

Total votes: 199
The voting for this poll has ended on: 31 Dec 2011 - 00:00

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